02/08/2007 1:00AM

Yes Yes Yes goes for Pletcher


The long arm of the Todd Pletcher stable reaches to Tampa Bay Downs on Saturday, where the consistent sprinter Yes Yes Yes may be favored to win the $75,000 Super Stakes. Or he may not. There are plenty of ways to go in the seven-furlong Super, which drew a huge field of 14 that should challenge even the heartiest handicapper.

There are others besides Yes Yes Yes in from southern Florida bases. Weigelia won the Grade 3 Kenny Noe two months ago at Calder, and should contend Saturday though he faded to sixth last out in the Mr. Prospector at Gulfstream Park. Better than Bonds, who exits four route races, also should perform well. He was placed first in a high-end Gulfstream Park allowance at 1 1/8 miles last time, but ran quite well in sprint races earlier in his career.

Calder-based trainer Bill White is sending American Revolution, who hardly could be sharper, with wins in his last three starts. And at least three locals appear to have a chance, too. Guapeton hasn't raced since Dec.o6, and debuted last fall in a $40,000 maiden-claimer, but he has won 3 of 5 starts - including a powerful second-level allowance win last out at Tampa - and has breezed fast for the Super. Roman Candles and Wonone, the one-two finishers in the Jan. 13 Pelican, are facing a higher class of horse this time around.

Yes Yes Yes, unraced since Nov. 23, basically is unproven in stakes company, but has run well before in his first start off a layoff, and has finished third or better in 12 of his 15 starts.